These amazing images captured at Mount Kelimutu, Indonesia, show three incredible colour-changing lakes.
The crater lakes are situated on Flores Island and are all startling different colours.
The lakes frequently change their hue, and visitors can never be sure what colour the lakes will be when they visit.
Top of the lake: The three crater lakes in Indonesia are popular with tourists, who never know what colour they’ll be
Mount Kelimutu, Indonesia, attracts tourists from all the world, who take pictures of its unique natural phenomenon
The colour changes are a result of chemical reactions caused by minerals contained in the lake, which is thought to be triggered by volcanic gas activity.
These stunning pictures were captured by Milosh Kitchovitch from Montreal, Canada, whilst he was travelling through Indonesia.
Milosh said: ‘Even though they didn’t change colour in front of my eyes, it was interesting to see three different craters next to each other with completely different colours.
‘I’ve heard lots about the colour-changing lakes before, so I was really eager to see it for myself.
Two tone: Despite being next door to each other the lakes change colour regularly thanks to volcanic gas and chemical reactions
These stunning pictures were captured by Milosh Kitchovitch from Montreal, Canada, whilst he was travelling through Indonesia
‘I couldn’t believe how three crater lakes that were so close to each other could look so completely different.
‘I thought it was an amazing experience to visit such an extraordinary place.
‘This was the first time I visited Kelimutu and I’d love to visit again.’
Milosh said: ‘I couldn’t believe how three crater lakes that were so close to each other could look so completely different’
Milosh’s photographs show one lake that’s green and another that’s a deep brown colour